[Activity] Published in World Scientific journal of Great Transition in Indian Society 19
Since the economic reforms in 1991, India has undergone significant changes in the Indian society. At the same time, the post-reforms generation, which was born after the reforms, has emerged as major consumers and influential players in Indian society. The most important thing is that they have different cultures, lifestyles, thinking, and viewpoints from their parents. This has led to a great transition in Indian society ranging from religion, history, literature, and language to politics and economy. In this context, this book particularly explores the great transition in India, focusing on religion, economy, and foreign policy. This book hopes to provide a solid foundation for understanding Indian studies from various perspectives beneficial for researchers, students, and general readers interested in India.
Chanwahn Kim (Institute of Indian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Misu Kim (Institute of Indian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)